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Portland-Metro Student Services

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All regular hours and services, in-person, virtually, or by phone. You decide. Need help? Have concerns? Please contact us through or call at (503) 821-1250, Monday thru Friday from 9-6 pm. 

The university is dedicated to offering students the academic, career, health, and wellness services they need, when they need them. Whether guidance on course selection or mental health counseling, we’re ready to assist students in overcoming the challenges associated with college life—and life itself. With the help of staff professionals and in some cases, students’ own peers, the Oregon Tech community collectively fosters an environment that allows all students to succeed.

Portland-Metro Campus

Portland-Metro Student Services is available to help you find what you're looking for. Call, email, or stop by our office on the first floor.

Student Services provides programs and services students need to achieve academic, personal and professional goals. Our programs and services are designed to provide academic support, enhance personal wellness, develop leadership and communication skills and promote a strong sense of community.

We encourage students to get involved on campus, approach faculty and staff with ideas, questions and concerns and take advantage of the resources that will help you succeed.

The Student Services Office (on the first floor) is open during the following times:
Monday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Tuesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Wednesday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Thursday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Portland-Metro Student Services includes a partnership with the SIB office (located in Klamath Falls) to provide access to the Community-based resources Coordinator.

Student Involvement & Belonging offers resources and staff to get students connected with local community-based support services in order to meet their basic needs with regards to financial instability, food-insecurity, housing needs locally, learning about navigating and applying to local, state, and federal need programs towards personal enrichment and student success. 

Campus-based programs for ALL students

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For More Information Contact: 
Catie Peterson

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Portland-Metro Student Services image showing various student activities (First Gen Celebration, Clubs Fair, Peer Consulting session, luncheon, 2021 Graduation Drive Through event)

Student Services

(503) 821-1250

Email Student Services


Veteran Student Services

Title IX Deputy Coordinator

Medical Leaves and Withdraws

Student Academic Integrity Violations

Student Code of Conduct Violations

Academic Student Success

Student Grievances

General Student Concerns: Contact Taylor! 


Taylor Burke

Associate Dean of Students & Director of Career Services
Room 228
Email Taylor

If you have a general question or are unsure where to begin, contact the Campus Information Center team.

Kim Faks

Administrative Programs Specialist

Email Portland-Metro

Access & Campus Equity Services (ACES)

  • Proctored Exams for ACES students
  • Academic & Student Success Accommodations

Jamie Irish

ACES/Disability Services Specialist
Testing Center - 4th Floor
Email Jamie

Career Services (Portland-Metro & Klamath Falls)


Career Services

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ASOIT Advising (Portland-Metro & Klamath Falls)
Registered Student Organizations and Clubs

International Student Services

Josie Hudspeth

Student Affairs Systems Manager
Email Josie

Center for Academic Resources and Engagement Services

Peer Consulting and Supplemental Instruction


Email us

Registrar, Financial Aid, & VA Certification Official

Kendal Marks

Email Kendal

Mental Health Counseling

Integrated Student Health Center

For counseling appointments, call 541-885-1800 (Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm)


PORTLAND-METRO: Oregon Tech's Portland-Metro campus resides on the ancestral and contemporary home of the Clackamas, Kathlamet, Multnomah, the Tualatin Kalapuya People, Tumwater, and the Watlala bands of the Chinook, who have stewarded this land since time immemorial. 
We also respectfully acknowledge the many tribes and bands of the Klamath Basin region, the many Indigenous nations and lands along the Columbia, and the continued sovereignty of the nine tribes of Oregon and Northern Californian tribes that have ties to this land. It is important to acknowledge the ancestors of this place and to recognize that we are all here because of the sacrifices forced upon them. We also respectfully acknowledge the many Indigenous nations, bands, and tribes lands along the Columbia River. In doing so, we hope to honor their legacy and lives, as well as continue to build the relationship with the Native peoples of this region, the state of Oregon, and across the United States.